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Travel Blogs from Frankfort
... worth every bite. I can’t imagine eating like that everyday but boy it was delicious. I love southern food! We drove to Wal-Mart which unfortunately seemed to be the hangout place for teenagers with loud pickup trucks who like to peel off for no reason. I guess when your under 21 and can’t go out anywhere in town on a Friday night, you end up making noise in a Wal-Mart parking lot. It did quiet down eventually and we got a good night’s ...
... doing their job. With 4 of us working it only took an hour or two to see the final project completed. Surprised the kids when they got home from school and have enjoyed several evenings by the fire pit. I did a slow motion video one night and didn't think about the sounds being slow motion too. Pretty halloweeny sounding Dalene and I went to Indy for an overnight to be there when her Dad had his hip replacement surgery. Surgery went well and he will ...
... is a huge working horse farm and educational park. The meticulously tended-to horse barns can house up to 2,000 horses at any given time. The facility is top notch with sponsors the like of Rolex (we had never seen Rolex sponsor anything before-guess we don't run in the same circles). A highlight was the presentation at the Hall of Champions. Only ...
... Unfortunately half way through the tour it began to
rain and we missed getting out and petting the colts and 1 other stop,
but thankfully it didn't rain the whole time.
We stopped at
Keeneland, the racetrack and place where they have filmed many movies
like, Secretariat, Dreamer, Seabiscuit and more. It was a lovely
... homes, churches, and a busy
commercial Main Street was a delight to spend a few hours walking around. You
still often hear about the demise of America’s small town Main Streets due to
the growth of suburban strip malls, fast food joints, and bib box retailers. My
impressions from my travels across America is that the death of the small town
has been greatly exaggerated. Frankfort is one example ...